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Law School, Legal Aid and Wake County Volunteer Lawyers Team Up for Project Will Power

Project Will Power is a free legal clinic offering wills and other advance planning documents to the Southeast Raleigh community. On Saturday, Nov. 2, volunteer lawyers will prepare wills, health care powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney and living wills for members of the public free of charge from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Top Green Community Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.  Law students from NCCU School of Law will assist with the event.

Individuals wishing to have a will prepared can schedule an appointment by calling 919-530-5487 (appointments are required for wills).  Financial powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, and living wills will be offered on a walk-in basis.

To schedule an appointment (appointment required for wills; walk-in or appointment for other documents) call 919-530-5487. For more information, contact Page Potter, NCCU School of Law at ppotter@nccu.edu or Grady Bussey, Top Greene Community Center at 919-831-6527.

Project Will Power is a public service project co-sponsored by the North Carolina Central University School of Law, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation.

Published: Monday, October 14, 2013
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